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Old 05-03-2016, 1:20 AM
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Default The American Off-Road Racing Series…Best In The Desert!

any possable freqs? ,,,, they will be in laughlin nv may 4th/5th/6th/7th/8th
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Old 05-03-2016, 9:16 AM
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Check this out for some info...

Pit Support Vehicles as well as Race Vehicles must stay off the BEST IN THE DESERT radio frequency unless you are reporting an emergency. We are now using RUGGED RADIO RELAY for Race Support Communications, use 152.960 for all your race related communications.

From race faq at https://www.google.com/url?sa=t&sour...BrkE9HBmW4hFyA

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appears there using chinese radios mixed with maybe reqular radios ,,,,, gt-3 simular radio stickers changed to there rugged radio sponsor brand ,,,, there cheap radios do 150-174 AND 450-470
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Race ops would be on 152.960

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i know that ,,, teams use pre programmed vhf/uhf radios that say there setup for all off road racing groups , says over 40 freqs preset ,,, on there mobile vhf it says the vhf/uhf radios are for those who need frs/gmrs/murs/ etc along with racing freqs
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hoping to find a lot of team freqs ,,,,, should be fun ,,,,,, RH-5R Rugged Radios 5-Watt Dual Band (VHF/UHF) Handheld Radio [RH-5R] - $68.00 : Rugged Radios: Headsets, Intercoms, 2-Way Racing Radios and Communication for Motorcycles, Offroad, Circle Track, Aviation, Drag Racing, NASCAR, Police, and more... ,,,, heres the radio race teams will be using as throw away radios
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nothing heard on 152,960 on first day ,,,, 151.490/151.715/150.9375 ... others 150-156 mhz ... misc offsets
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off day / day before race freqs ,, a lot of bleedover freqs ,,,,, 150.935, 150.9375, 150.940, 151.485, 151.4875, 151.490, 151.495, 151.4975, 151.5, 151.620, 151.625, 151.715, 154,0125, 156,180 ,,, i scan most offsets , even ones narrowbanding dosnt mention ,, (vhf mostly) 150-160mhz
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Anyone have the list of radio freqs being used next week for the mint 400? Also im looking for the team honda ridgeline freq or any other tems that will be here for the mint.
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